Lama Tsultrim Sangpo
August 4 - 6
This three-day Vajrasattva drubchö will be led by Lama Tsultrim Sangpo. The drubchö is a ritual practice of the Sangtig Dorsem sādhana, which is a core Vajrasattva practice from the Chokling Tersar. The practice of Vajrasattva, the buddha of purification, is an excellent way to mend damage and breakages of samaya and to purify negativity, which allows for the unfolding of wisdom. For those students who have participated in our annual Vajrasattva New Years retreat over the past years, this is an opportunity to re-immerse yourself in this same practice in an intensive group ritual setting. The drubchö is the culmination of Part II of our Buddhist Studies Summer Program, which focuses on Vajrayāna practice.
Because the practice begins on the morning of Friday, August 4, we recommend arriving at Gomde on the afternoon of Thursday, August 3.
About the Teacher
A senior monk and chant master at Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling monastery in Kathmandu, Lama completed a traditional three year retreat under the guidance of Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche. He currently trains the younger monks at the monastery in the practice of the ritual arts.